Any.do: To-do list & Calendar

Any.do: To-do list & Calendar for Pc


  • Category: Productivity
  • Last Updated: 2018-11-07
  • Current version: 4.27.0
  • File size: 220.30 MB
  • Developer: Any.DO
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Any.do: To-do list & Calendar on your Windows PC

Download Any.do: To-do list & Calendar for Windows: Any.do: To-do list & Calendar is an Productivity App, developed by Any.DO. The Productivity App was officially released 2012-06-04. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Any.DO, with the latest current version being 4.27.0 which was officially released on 2018-11-07. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 38,075 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.


Using Any.do: To-do list & Calendar on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install Any.do: To-do list & Calendar on your computer in 4 simple steps below:


1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 


2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.


3: How to Use Any.do: To-do list & Calendar for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Any.do: To-do list & Calendar in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Any.do: To-do list & Calendar application icon. A window of Any.do: To-do list & Calendar will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the Any.do: To-do list & Calendar icon. Click on it and start using the application.



Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About Any.do: To-do list & Calendar

Developer Description

Over 20 million people rely on Any.do to organize their life and get more done. "IT'S A MUST HAVE APP" on any device (NYTimes, WSJ, USA Today & Lifehacker). An all-in-one to do list, calendar, planner and reminders app. Free & Simple. THE #1 TO DO LIST & TASK LIST SYNCS SEAMLESSLY between your mobile, desktop, web and tablet. Keeps all your to do list, tasks, reminders, calendar & agenda always in sync so you’ll never forget a thing GET REMINDERS for a scheduled time, when you reach a particular location or set recurring reminders so you never miss a thing WORK TOGETHER with shared lists and assigned tasks to collaborate and get more done, with anyone. Widget with simple and powerful features to keep your to do list and calendar events always at hand SIMPLE & POWERFUL CALENDAR OUTLOOK EASILY VIEW your events and to-do list & Tasks for the day, week & month SYNC SEAMLESSLY in real time with your phone’s calendar, google calendar, facebook events, outlook calendar or any other calendar so you don’t forget an important event ALL-IN-ONE APP FOR GETTING THINGS DONE To easily create reminders we added voice entry so you can just speak your mind and we’ll add it to your to do list. For better task management flow we added a calendar integration to keep your agenda always up to date. To enhance your productivity we added cross-platform support for recurring reminders, location reminders, sub-tasks, notes & file attachments. To keep your to-do list always up to date, we’ve added a one-of-a-kind daily planner. TO DO LIST, CALENDAR & REMINDERS MADE SIMPLE Any.do was designed to keep you on top of your to do list and calendar with no hassle. Thanks to the intuitive drag and drop of tasks, swiping to mark to-do's as complete, and shaking your device to remove completed from your to do list - you can keep yourself organized and enjoy every minute of it. POWERFUL TASK LIST MANAGEMENT Looking for more? Add a to do list item straight from your email inbox by forwarding do@any.do. Attach files from your computer, Dropbox, or Google Drive to your tasks. Print, Export and share your lists of groceries and daily errands. LIFE ORGANIZER & DAILY PLANNER Any.do is a to do list, a calendar, an inbox, a notepad, a checklist, task list, a board for post its or sticky notes, a project management tool, a reminders app, a daily planner, a family organizer, and overall the simplest and most useful productivity tool you will ever have. Best of all – it’s free for basic use! SHARE LISTS & ASSIGN TASKS To plan & organize projects has never been easier. Now you can share lists between family members, assign tasks to each other, chat and much more. Any.do will help you and the people around you stay in-sync and get reminders so that you can focus on what really matters, knowing that you had a productive day where you crossed many tasks off your to do list GROCERY LIST & SHOPPING LIST Any.do task list is also great for shopping at the grocery store. Right there on your to do list is a handy shopping list option that you can share with others. Forgot to buy post-it notes? Want reminders? Simply create a list on Any.do, share it with your loved ones and see them adding their shopping items in real time. You won’t believe how you’ve done shopping or grocery lists before CAPTURE WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND Quickly jot down your thoughts thanks to Any.do’s powerful auto-suggest that anticipates your to do list, subtasks or calendar Your 1/6/12 months subscriptions will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account. Your subscription will auto-renew unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You can cancel at any time, but we are unable to issue refunds for any pay periods that have already been billed. Manage your subscriptions in the Account Settings after purchase. **Please note we do not support Family Sharing at the moment.** Terms: www.any.do/legal/app-license-agreement Privacy: www.any.do/legal/privacy-policy

App Reviews

  • Convenient, Easy 2 Use, Siri & Alexa

    4
    By bauch.k
    I’m not sure what all the negative reviews are about. Well, obviously they feel they had a bad experience, I just don’t agree & haven’t had their problems. I received an Echo Spot & tried this app when I saw it listed as working with Alexa. I like that the app made connecting with Alexa, Calendar, Reminders, etc very easy. I have had no problems. It works with both Alexa & Siri, nice clean interface, always sends my reminders, integrates my calendar no matter where I enter my event/reminder (through Alexa, Siri, Reminders, or Calendar), sub tasks works great, & I haven’t had any lagging. I love the ‘plan your day’ thing, very easy, intuitive, & useful! I’m not running this on a new iPhone either, a very full 6s+, & I have not bought a subscription. It does sometimes open slow, but only when I have a bunch of apps open so it is my phone not the app. This hasn’t completely replaced Things app since nothing (for me) does projects like it, but I no longer use Things for everything, pretty much just business projects. So far this has been a very useful, easy to setup, & easy to use app that does what it advertises, also working with both Siri & Alexa.
  • App is getting even better but still one annoyance

    4
    By ahtigers10
    This app has evolved a lot since I first downloaded it and it’s become a really great experience. The new grocery list organization really is awesome and everything works seemlessly with Alexa and Siri. The only thing that’s keeping me from 5 stars now is something I complained about before: the inability to select the default due date for list items. Anything added to a list via Alexa (which I do a lot for groceries), automatically gets added to “Today.” It then bogs down my calendar with grocery items like they need to be purchased today and the only fix is to manually drag everything to “Someday.” This is a huge nuisance. I would like either an option to select the default due date (“Someday”) or have the option to not display list items on the calendar. It would also be GREAT to be able to select multiple list items at once. This would make moving them and managing them a lot easier (like how the Gmail inbox works). Do that and it’s 5 stars.
  • Great planner app!

    5
    By HuskyGirl0416
    I really like this app, it helps a lot! I got it going into high school because I’ve always been terrible at writing in a physical planner, and saw it suggested in a story I’m subscribed to on snapchat. One problem, though... I feel like you have to pay for too many features. I know the developers need to make money, but I think they should maybe make some more features available for those who don’t want to us money on the app. I really like how simple it is and easy to use. Anything that needs explaining is covered when you first open the app! 😄 I use this a lot. It helps me remember what I need to do for homework and it also helps me not procrastinate because it reminds me to do things I need/want to do. It also helps that I have a visual to-do list. If you have problems remembering things you need to do, if you’re a procrastinator or if you want a planner, but don’t like having to buy one every year, I highly suggest this app.
  • Efficient Way to Organize my To-Do Lists

    4
    By anomelie
    I use this for my To-Do list every day. I used to keep paper lists that I’d have to scribble on and re-write when they got messy. This app keeps everything organized, and if I don’t plan to do something until later, I can put it out of my mind until then, because I get a reminder on the specific day of the task. I can have less on my mind, knowing that everything is accounted for & that it’ll come up on my list as it needs to. The only down side is not being able to adjust to a custom date when using “Plan My Day.” (“Someday” is not a helpful category because I’ll just forget to do it without a reminder, so I end up choosing “next week “ even if what I want is “in ten days,” then in a week I have to choose “two days from now” and then in two days choose “tomorrow” if I’ve forgotten to go in and adjust it from the other screen.)
  • Drag to sort is my favorite feature

    4
    By Savychoosyshopper
    It’s why I chose this app out of many choices. This responsive dragging feature does not appear to be an option in the new designated Grocery list. Here’s why it’s useful to me: suppose I need carrots, onions, lettuce, eggs, brown sugar, bread and cereal—and I’m thinking there will be time to go to Costco and Trader Joe’s. So, I drag-sort into grocery sections by likely stores, as I’ll probably get carrots, onions, maybe bread etc at TJ’s or I’ll end up with too much food to get through before spoiling. But I want the entire list in view as might run out of time and just get that 5 lb bag of carrots at Costco, make soup or juice with the excess. And, I can sort the grocery items by area of that produce department (ie apples, pears, citrus found together as are onions, potatoes, garlic, shallots, etc) so I’m not zipping into that chilly (Costco cooler room!) area more than once. Please preserve this lovely feature.
  • Best planner app out there

    5
    By Chisaray
    I've tried so many apps to manage my life, and this by far is the best I've found to help maintain my long to do lists and crazy calendar! Some suggestions for future releases: 1) a button on the calendar that brings you back to "today" quickly. I've found that the only way I can get back to the current date when I'm adding tasks far out is to re scroll through the entire calendar again. 2) in the all tasks section, have the upcoming tasks ordered automatically by date instead of by order of when you added the task. It makes it hard to manage to do's via. that list when it's all out of order. Both minor, but would be immensely helpful in my daily use! Keep up the great work :)
  • I really find it beyond frustrating!

    1
    By I. M. B. R.
    I am looking for a ToDo app & it's like a big secret what the prices are for each app. If it's out of my price range why do I have to read all the info & reviews & still don't know the cost of it. If you are not ashamed of the price put it upfront so users can decide whether they want to spend the time on reading about it. I am a very direct person-sometimes too direct. I apologize for taking my frustrations out on you. I finally figured out how to find the prices...I still think it would be much more helpful to those of us looking for the right app to suit our needs to see the price right up front. It's so time consuming to search thru so many apps. But back to my apology. I saw that you are the best kind of app designer who answers anyone who has a question & promptly. Just the kind I wish I was dealing with now. I have experienced dealing with the opposite kind & its very frustrating. Some never answer you ! Kudos to you!
  • Great On Someone Else’s Nickel

    4
    By Practigal
    This is a really nicely done app and I have used 98% of the “to do” apps out there. The Moments feature is very useful and UI and the flow is well done. The gripe I have is that it is subscription-based which is great if it is out of someone else’s budget i.e. your company is paying for it. I don’t need the collaboration part. I wish apps like this would have a single buy price for people who don’t need collaboration (somewhere under $10). But, $24+ per year?? And that’s if you buy the whole year at once for one device. Monthly will cost $36/year! Where have I been that this is now how the apps roll? And if you are on the ‘free’ program, don’t expect support to respond to your emails in anything less than... well, I’ll let you know. It’s been several days so far.
  • May finally be giving up on this app

    1
    By Lyss87
    I really want to love this app. I keep it because I see such potential. However, the bugs that never really get fixed drive me insane. When I click on something I have to re-click because it doesn’t usually work the first time. When I move the order of the lists, a second later they are back to the original order. When I try to click to turn off the alarm notification I have to click multiple times before it takes and it usually causes another action that I didn’t want to happen. I considered it may be that I have the free version but other reviewers with the paid version have the same issues based on reviews. So I for sure am not going to risk losing money for the same issues to keep happening. I regret that I may have to start all over with another app which is a hassle since I spent so much time curating my lists onto this one. 🤦🏽‍♀️
  • Can’t log in. Can’t reset password. Useless!

    1
    By Lkuosbgtfjebwustvrvdkuc
    I added this app as a skill for my Alexa Dot, and wanted to be able to use it across platforms so added the app to my phone. I was very excited that I would have something simple to add things my ADHD brain would have difficulty remembering. Too bad I can’t even log in! I use my phone’s password generator and with all of the security and privacy issues lately with Facebook I refuse to even consider using that to authenticate an account. When I try to come to the app to log in it tells me my email address and password do not match. So I tried resetting my password. It emails me a link that literally takes me to the login page! I tried it twice. Same thing happened. Can’t reset the password. Can’t log in. Completely and totally useless. I will continue my quest for an app and skill that can be used across both platforms because clearly this is not it.

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